Tamer Elsayed was willing to do anything to get an education; the cost ended up being high.
After meeting President Barack Obama, the winners of America's most prestigious early-career award offer advice to other early-career scientists.
Nobelist Roald Hoffmann believes that taking graduate students off grants and giving them fellowships would be good for U.S. science. But others say such a radical change isn't in the cards.
Asked to assess the programs, the panel threw up its hands.
The case is the latest skirmish in an ongoing battle over federal programs aimed at boosting the tiny percentage of Hispanics, African Americans, and Native Americans in the scientific workforce.
Asian scientists are a major presence in U.S. biomedical research labs. So why do so few hold leadership positions?
The workshop supplemented a new report on national workforce policies from NSF's oversight body, the National Science Board, that laments what it calls an inadequate supply of domestic scientific talent.
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